Hello, I am a gay male widow who lost my husband of 18 years this past march to Duodental perforated ulcer situations. I loved him so very much,and he loved me. I feel guilty everyday about things I said,and things I didn't do,but people tell me i need to stop punishing myself. Life is hard when your love is taken away. I was 51,and he was 72 when he died. I feel guilty because i didn't take him certain places,and at times i yelled at him. There have been people that tell me that being a caregiver can be stressful as he was also disabled from an acute stroke.

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Comment by Brenda WIlliams on December 3, 2018 at 4:48pm

You loved him and that makes up for all that you feel you didn't do. It was the love that he chershed not the things that your punishing yourself over now, lt that go he see's your pain and wouldn't want you to beat yourself up for being "human".

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